So, friends are you willing to do again Masti with Indra Kumar, but now this time we are going to see Great Grand Masti. I know many of you are thinking what I'm talking to readers. I want to tell you that I speak of the third installment of the Masti series, yes my friend Masti series, which comes under the title Great Grand Masti.
Great Grand Masti is a Bollywood adult comedy film, which is directed and produced by Indra Kumar. Riteish Deshmukh, Vivek Oberoi and Aftab Shivdasani are again ready to entertain us. Writing credit for the film's story is going to Milap Zaveri and Tushar Hiranandani and the screenplay is written by Robin Bhatt. Anand Raj Anand and Sanjeev Darshan are chosen to give music for the film. It is produced by Ashok Thakeria, Shobha Kapoor and Ekta Kapoor.
Makers of the film are many difficulties to find the actress in the film. But finally the star cast of the film is finalize listed below in which a large number of star casts resume their role in the movie. The star cast of Grand Masti is Ritesh Deshmukh (Amar Saxena), Vivek Oberoi (Meet Mehta), Aftab Shivdasani (Prem Chawla), Urvashi Rautela, Shraddha Das, Mishti, Pooja Chopra, Sonal Chauhan, Sonali Raut, Pooja Bose, Kangna Sharma and many more.
This is the third installment in the Masti series, which reported approximately ₹ 1.45 billion against the budget ₹ 400 million. It was a great success for the team Masti as they managed to raise four times the budget of movie. The first tranche was released on April 9, 2004, and got a good response from the public and critics. Then they released the second episode of the series on September 13, 2013, which was an adult comedy film, but this film also made a large collection in box. Grand Masti is the biggest success, as the comedy for adults (A certificate) film in India.
Nowadays the popularity of adult sex comedy in India is increasing day by day, which means that the mentality of Indians are changing with time. There are also their loyal fans to watch these movies because we take examples like Masti series, Kya Kool Hain Hum and Hate Story series, and they made a great collection at the box office.
Two other adults Bollywood films, Kya Kool Hain Hum 3 (22 January 2016) and Mastizaade (29 January 2016), will make you warm this winter. Kya Kool Hain Hum 3 has a very strong competition with the film Akshay starrer, Airlift, which is also going to knock on the door the same day January 22, 2016.
Now we come again back to our subject Great Grand Masti, most of the film is not yet disclosed so we do not know about the plot of the film. But do not worry as we have just experienced an update, we will update our article as soon as possible for you. We can only say that, as the name of the film, this film will be a great big Masti for us, so until the release date of the GGM (Great Grand Masti) enjoy other comedy films for adults Kya Kool Hain Hum 3 and Mastizaade.
As we have said above that it is very early to talk about the film because a lot of news is not disclosed in the entire Great Grand Masti is that we can conclude anything from our side because we do not want if you really provide any false information you want to know about the release date of the first movie in your friend circle and stay in touch with us.
Meet, Amar Prem and three married men and frustrated by their sexual life, they are absolutely determined to unpack at their college reunion. But this obviously will not be as simple as predicted, and will be taking a serious threat apparently.
Abhishek Mande finished his criticism in Rediff with the following sentence, I will give Grand Masti 0 of 5 because it is impossible for you to enjoy this film and prétend to respect women. Mazette! That is strong Abhishek! But a second. Is it a film about women first? Certainly there. They are however not the main subject. Suffice to say things clearly, the subject is sex. Amar (Ritesh Deshmukh), Prem (Aftab Shivdasani) and Meet (Vivek Oberoi) only think about sex, specifically to them.
Then they talk a lot, cherish, the complaining are terrified that happen to him, or is simply exposed. But they do not associate more feeling or morality than any other part of their body. Sex is like the apple of their eye. The rapture of seeing a pretty girl is also devoid of ulterior motives that have a good time with it. Grand Masti is amoral and a-sentimental. It is also noted that the title we're just here to have fun and have fun in a big way.
Ok, I do not go out so easily. Who says sex, says men and women one is in India anyway. Our three heroes are married, and after a few years they begin to despair. Their lovely wives have little interest in the trifle. Worse, they have full control over their lives and they see themselves as friendly dogs on a leash. They actually experience the timeless distress hunter-gatherer wives Sonalee Kulkarni, Karishma Tanna, Manjari Fadnis forced them to work in the fields. So when the opportunity to return for a few days the freedom of their youth comes, they jump at the chance. They do not think of evil, since they only think about themselves.
Arrived on campus for a school reunion, do not a lot of time to fall on accommodating three young women Kainaat Arora, Maryam Zakaria and Bruna Abdullah. Here we must defend, it is not they who went to them, but they who have harpooned. This is an opportunity that jumped on thieves. They would have been hard pressed to disrespect them, they inspire them too scared the holy Indian women. And where is the harm in accepting a gift from heaven? So they succumb to the temptation, but the issue will put a little time to get.
Their problem is the director of the college, the main terrifying Robert (Pradeep Rawat). The man, full of moral rigidity, seeks only the building of youth. He went on a crusade against anything that might look like an entente cordiale. But our three nickel feet were his own house a camp cloth sleeping. So here's to run in shorts between two doors slamming. You could argue that, after all, he's right this principal: Amar Prem and Meet actually cheated without hesitation their women!
Well no. All this is just a joke, stories that the boys to tell them in the playground, formerly the army or in the locker room of a gym. Rose, Mary and Marlow (the three welcoming wenches) do not exist more than their bogeyman. Situations and jokes arising have no other purpose than to reassure male viewers about their own masculinity and attractiveness. We are men, and we laugh at ourselves and our little problems, but we do too many illusions.
Certainly the comic Grand Masti is not of great finesse nor always very original, but it works. He joined in this international canons of the genre, and the raven pecking crotch Prem worth the anthology zip Mary Any Price. Similarly, the twin Fook Mi and Fook Yu Goldmember find their pendant with Rose, Mary and Marlow with the three names chained vote in Hindi as Roz Meri Marlo or something like Fuck me every day.
Indra Kumar reiterated the three main characters in Masti to achieve nine years later a totally different story in a tone that has nothing to do (nor heard). He retained a starting point universal vocation, that of the submission of husbands to their wives, to use a comedy that goes far beyond what we usually Bollywood offers. It is also very different from American sex comedies like American Pie or the French pochades such films Pecas Max. The characters are here rather endearing humor and finally good child. Grand Masti fortunately not put us in the presence of individuals so frustrated that you wonder if it will not slip badly.
Two or three jokes, like the great farce of the buffalo, go a little further. But it would be hard to call them evil. Visual gags and two way ribald replicas are permanent. They luckily for most understandable even by those who do not speak Hindi. It must however be in this case a pretty good idea of English vocabulary saucy. Rest assured, few words are enough. It is even surprising that French is not that far. The Y chromosome must have an influence on the language.
The three songs are choreographed rather agreed and melodies will not stay in the ear. The first Zulmi Zulmi which gives pride to young Western women in bikinis, would almost evil camera whirling force to sea. The title song Grand Masti does not shine either by its melody. By cons, it's very representative chorus of the film does not fail to impress even the original: I got a rocket in my pocket/O baby come and launch it/So we can fly away now/ Get in the room and lock it.
Lechery is sometimes difficult to bear, but when it is presented as here, with kindness and without any ulterior motive unhealthy, it can be very funny. But we must recognize that Grand Masti totally excludes the female audience who will certainly find the appallingly rude. But its liberating triviality is assumed. Young Indian men do not make a mistake and rushed en masse to see this film out of the ordinary.
One of the very few films only for Adults will find in Bollywood scene, Grand Masti, also known as Masti 2 is the sequel to Masti, a film hued hot but it had nothing to do with the scandalous and explicit attitude of this film. Indra Kumar is thus, the forerunner of this kind completely unheard of for the good Bollywood, where the hot scenes are carefully left to the imagination of the viewer.
The film is not pushed forward by its plot, but by the constant allusions, jokes and gags tailored to the blush-thinking. The script was over the top maybe a bit too much, according to many with scenes that provoke and offers that may seem in bad taste but when you have decided to look at Grand Masti, we knew what we were facing.
Indra Kumar knows very well the its target audience and also knows how to capture it: and though many argue that the first time is not absolutely pleasant as the second, the plunging necklines of the actresses make you forget all those to whom the film is directed the young guys and the masses. Note about the actors, prized for their tireless performance.
Indian critics and around the world recommend watching this film only to an audience who likes jokes openly scandalous, that knows how to draw a smile from the most turbid of the jokes and allusions from the shots a bit too much.